ABI Live webinar, 503(b)(9) Claims from the Trenches: Debtor and Creditor Perspectives

May 17, 2016
Presented by the Unsecured Trade Creditors and Bankruptcy Litigation Committees

Understanding the latest in 503(b)(9) claims is a must for any practitioner. Debtor-side attorneys need to appreciate the implications that 503(b)(9) claims may have on their case strategy. Conversely, in order for creditor-side attorneys to maximize recoveries, they must likewise understand what constitutes a 503(b)(9) claim and when they may be asserted both offensively and defensively. This panel will explore the latest hot-button legal issues and the recent trends in 503(b)(9) procedures. Attendees will come away with practical guidance and tips in dealing with 503(b)(9) claims

The panel of experts, including Mark Felger (Cozen O’Connor), Lucian (Luke) Murley (Saul Ewing LLP) and Jill Bienstock (Cole Schotz P.C.), will examine the latest hot-button legal issues and the recent trends in 503(b)(9) procedures and offer practical guidance and tips for dealing with 503(b)(9) claims.

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